Goo Goo Dolls Perform “Miracle Pill”

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Published on August 14, 2019

The GRAMMY-nominated rock group makes their Late Show debut, performing the title track off their new album ‘Miracle Pill’ which arrives on September 13th. #LSSC #Colbert #GooGooDolls

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12 comments

  • Mr. Jazzbo 10 months ago

    How am I first?? Always liked Goo Goo Dolls! Nice!

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  • zixinyu 10 months ago

    Can’t believe they’re finally releasing a new album! Love ’em

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  • xnebiax 10 months ago

    Weren’t Goo Goo Dolls basically the only half famous band who accepted playing at Trump’s inauguration?

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  • Jana Grimsley 10 months ago

    Sounds like they ripped off Theory of a Deadman

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  • denise collins 10 months ago

    My favorite childhood band!! still is ??

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  • catalinacurio 10 months ago

    Awe, I like this song. it’s cute. ?

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  • melsoloh 10 months ago

    Very good performance. Not sure why I can’t really hear the guitars though, and there’s 3 of them (can only -kinda- hear the bass)

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  • contact 10 months ago

    Ok thats the weirdest group of ‘musicians’. Lol.

    There is No way goo goo dolls wrote the song. Cant put my finger on it but it Sounded like some singer songwriter from the 80s. How long is it going to take the ggd to do their own work, and stop buying out or in some cases taking other peoples art….how long?

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  • Alexander Campbell 10 months ago

    Goo.Goo Dolls AND “Your 90’s Music Niightmare Is Back”

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  • Alexander Campbell 10 months ago

    Goo Goo Dolls AND “Horrible 90s Band That Is Actually Now Good — Can We Also Retool Spin Doctors, Counting Crowes, Hootie, & Smash Mouth”

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  • The Strawberry Pimp 10 months ago

    It’s been a while since I’ve heard the goo goo dolls. So many new albums coming out this year, it’s almost overwhelming.

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  • Alexander Campbell 10 months ago

    Goo Goo Dolls AND “Get Ready To Be Depressed Fellow Gen-Xers: All Band Members Are A few Years Away From Appearing On AARP Magazine — Average Age is 53/54”

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